Newness of Life: Trusting God in Times of Transition by Sarah Geringer

Newness of Life: Trusting God in Times of Transition by Sarah Geringer

Newness of Life by Sara GeringerAre you searching for newness of life in your current season? Perhaps you are in a season of pain: tearing down, grieving, letting go. Perhaps you are in a season of recovery: mending, gathering, healing. Perhaps you are in a season of joy: building up, planting, dancing.

No matter what season you are in today, God’s timing is perfect. He is creating new life for you now. New peace, new joy, and new hope perfectly tailored for this time in your life.

How is your faith staying true in the changes? Can you really trust God in your current season and seasons to come? That’s what this study is about. It’s applying the scriptures in Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 so you can understand God’s plan in different seasons.

All you need for this study is a Bible, a notebook, and your favourite pen. Visit my freebies page for printable study questions. If you want to join in on a wider discussion of this book, I encourage you to comment on my blog at sarahgeringer.com and on my Facebook Newness of Life group page. Your comments bless me, and they also bless others who want to grow in faith. You will be encouraged by the stories and comments of others.

My times are in your hands. Psalm 31:15

God is holding you in his hand in this special time. This study will help you discover what God is teaching you about your current season, and what newness of life is available to you.

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About the author

Sarah Geringer is a devoted follower of Jesus, wife, working mother of three, and a writer and artist. She has blogged since 2010, and currently blogs at sarahgeringer.com.

Christmas Peace for Busy Moms” is her first self-published Bible study. She plans to publish seven more Bible studies in 2017 with corresponding online Bible studies on her blog.

Sarah has completed a memoir in free verse, “Heart in a Drawer: My Story as a Child of Divorce,” which is currently being reviewed by a small press publisher. She enjoys writing essays, poetry, memoir, and short stories.

Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Covenant College and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design and illustration from Southeast Missouri State University. She enjoys reading, drawing, painting, gardening, baking, scrapbooking, journaling, walking in God’s beautiful creation, and above all, spending quality time with her family in her beloved home state of Missouri.